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Sequence Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster
sequence noun se· quence ˈsē-kwən (t)s, -ˌkwen (t)s 1 a : a continuous or connected series b : a set of several shots or scenes developing a single subject (as in a movie) a chase sequence in a spy movie 2 : the order in which things are or should be connected, related, or dated the sequence of events 3 a : result entry 2 sense 1, consequence b

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SEQUENCE | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary
sequence noun [ C/U ] us / ˈsi·kwəns, -ˌkwens / a series of related things or events, or the order in which things or events follow each other: [ C ] The first chapter describes the strange sequence of events that led to his death. [ C ] The test papers were not in the correct alphabetical sequence. biology

SEQUENCE | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary
sequence noun [ C/U ] us / ˈsi·kwəns, -ˌkwens / a series of related things or events, or the order in which things or events follow each other: [ C ] The first chapter describes the strange sequence of events that led to his death. [ C ] The test papers were not in the correct alphabetical sequence. biology

Sequence Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com
Sequence definition, the following of one thing after another; succession. See more.

155 Synonyms & Antonyms of SEQUENCE - Merriam-Webster
noun Definition of sequence 1 as in outcome a condition or occurrence traceable to a cause the attempt to help was a natural sequence to her charitable nature Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance outcome result resultant consequence product effect aftermath sequel development corollary matter of course implication upshot precipitate conclusion fate

Sequence - definition of sequence by The Free Dictionary
se•quence (ˈsi kwəns) n., v. -quenced, -quenc•ing. n. 1. the following of one thing after another; succession. 2. order of succession. 3. a continuous connected series: a sonnet sequence. 4. result; consequence. 5. a melodic or harmonic pattern repeated three or more times at different pitches with or without modulation.

Sequence - Wikipedia
Sequence In mathematics, a sequence is an enumerated collection of objects in which repetitions are allowed and order matters. Like a set, it contains members (also called elements, or terms ). The number of elements (possibly infinite) is called the length of the sequence.

Sequences intro | Algebra (video) | Khan Academy
Sequences are ordered lists of numbers (called "terms"), like 2,5,8. Some sequences follow a specific pattern that can be used to extend them indefinitely. For example, 2,5,8 follows the pattern "add 3," and now we can continue the sequence. Sequences can have formulas that tell us how to find any term in the sequence.

Sequences - Definition, Rules, Formula, Examples, Types - Cuemath
A sequence is a list of numbers (or elements) that exhibits a particular pattern. For example, Olivia has been offered a job with a starting monthly salary of $1000 with an annual increment of $500. Can you calculate her monthly salary in the first three years? It will be $1000, $1500, and $2000.

 

 

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